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Khalistani Terrorist Pannu on a free roll in Canada, threatens to blow AI Flights

Khalistani Terrorist Pannu on a free roll in Canada, threatens to blow AI Flights

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the founder of the banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has released a video urging Sikhs not to fly with Air India after November 19, claiming their lives could be at risk. Pannun alleges that on that day, there will be a global blockade preventing Air India from operating. He also suggests that Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport will be closed on November 19 and renamed as Shahid Beant Singh, Shahid Satwant Singh Khalistan airport once Punjab gains independence.

This is not the first time Pannun has issued threats. In a previous video, he urged Hindu-Canadians to leave Canada amid a diplomatic dispute between India and Canada over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. In response, Hindu Forum Canada's Lawyers requested the Canadian Immigration Minister, Mark Miller, to ban Pannun from entering Canadian territory, citing the distress and trauma his recent comments have caused within the Hindu community and among Canadian citizens at large.

In September, Khalistani secessionists organized a 'Referendum' in Surrey, British Columbia, where Pannun was present, and he made provocative statements against Indian leaders, challenging India's territorial integrity. Tensions between India and Canada escalated when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused "agents of the Indian government" of being involved in Nijjar's killing. India rejected these allegations as "absurd and motivated," leading to a diplomatic spat with Canada.

The situation underscores the ongoing challenges related to Sikh separatism, diplomatic relations, and the need for addressing the grievances of various communities within Canada. It is vital for governments to address such issues through diplomatic channels, ensuring the safety and security of all residents while respecting international norms and agreements. 

It will be interesting to see what action Canada government takes to stop terror activities in their country after the video is getting circulated world wide on various social media channels.  

Khalistani Terrorist Pannu on a free roll in Canada, threatens to blow AI Flights

Khalistani Terrorist Pannu on a free roll in Canada, threatens to blow AI Flights

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the founder of the banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has released a video urging Sikhs not to fly with Air India after November 19, claiming their lives could be at risk. Pannun alleges that on that day, there will be a global blockade preventing Air India from operating. He also suggests that Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport will be closed on November 19 and renamed as Shahid Beant Singh, Shahid Satwant Singh Khalistan airport once Punjab gains independence.

This is not the first time Pannun has issued threats. In a previous video, he urged Hindu-Canadians to leave Canada amid a diplomatic dispute between India and Canada over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. In response, Hindu Forum Canada's Lawyers requested the Canadian Immigration Minister, Mark Miller, to ban Pannun from entering Canadian territory, citing the distress and trauma his recent comments have caused within the Hindu community and among Canadian citizens at large.

In September, Khalistani secessionists organized a 'Referendum' in Surrey, British Columbia, where Pannun was present, and he made provocative statements against Indian leaders, challenging India's territorial integrity. Tensions between India and Canada escalated when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused "agents of the Indian government" of being involved in Nijjar's killing. India rejected these allegations as "absurd and motivated," leading to a diplomatic spat with Canada.

The situation underscores the ongoing challenges related to Sikh separatism, diplomatic relations, and the need for addressing the grievances of various communities within Canada. It is vital for governments to address such issues through diplomatic channels, ensuring the safety and security of all residents while respecting international norms and agreements. 

It will be interesting to see what action Canada government takes to stop terror activities in their country after the video is getting circulated world wide on various social media channels.  

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